Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
1 Li�i4llllDQB HfeRALO PRINT- ....... J .>^4 W. A. BMohnfian �lltllMMlt OfllM ..... EdlMrtal OfllM .......... 12S2 1224 SubMrlptien R�tM: JjWly, drtlTCWd. pw wart 15 ;.....�7.50 cSly, by m*U. per year........MOO "W�aWyJiy in�o. per ytrto Tr,s-�Aoo I psiMof expiry or eubtcrlptions ap-, pear-dally on address label. Acoept-y lUEiee of papers after aspiration data Is our i^tborlty to- contlnae the snb-: ,^ scrlpUgg^ ��''.} : . - � -.' '�r==' ^imiOVES OP RECENT APPOINTMENTS V B*|B4(at appobxtments ^, made by :tk��Ultlaa, KOTemment appear to be . laaasiiur to the waatem fanaers, at to ana of the chief yolces of � .wni^^C^lJjaiite^ ' |r>tatineraot the country have' liGiebgard with satl�tactior the �Miat ot^Sr. X a. Ratharford. ^^ptwalC'^esdarcaa Depart-,,^\1bfp,7JL at Calgary,: to a Ithe JUUway :CommIssicn;pt fAa UV^siock Commlssioaer, as Veterlnaiy. Director Oen-Canada^ he" proved hbnsaU I Jpav^iaid -ralaaliM pabua official; .d^ljua'teooraia patUaraant added tlia drtoady widely-held "food opin-#t�hllii as a iaaii,Dt.fntegttty, pub-Otrfl ^�ad progra8siT8n�sai::9e>haa tta'f|a|oiidad|� and :tlra capacity t*' fMdar excellent'service aa^a railway �mwj^ssioner, and the farmers/have NiA�t to teal confldaace tiiat he WIU t^e-Bot a lanner. h^ is amply 1 to be the farmers' represent--j the Baaway Coramtsslon. His ' Jtaaat Is one which eommends'" !^ ia rsoof Bitlon of tho agrical- ada>.'iirouId jfikeiy have secured the "bMlneMj^'i^^^ Watblncton -will iqake bim �' .very Taloabla man for Canada in Bn^land^ It ta new markets that Canada needs: to r^Uin its prosperity, iytarkets. not oniyv itor manofatitured goods, but tor the^prodncts of the farm. Our oppor* tualtiea for eipanston of trade lie all about us, Russia, through Siberia, Japan, Xlhina, South America and Bu-rope. Wei want a ..wide-awake trade-and commerce dapartment and a sympathetic fiscal P9llcy that will encoui^ age productlion mi prot^lde as with the markets. vPrince Albert has experienced warfare before, 4way;back in '85. Coaldale is going to have a bank. It should be a good district to obtain deposits. This" snow fall reminds one that Christmas shopping Is about the next Usk on the list. What has become of the S.P.U.G.? It just about went out of business during the war. A way to get rid of the flu-Turn the theatre men into the same room with the epidemic some dark night and arm' them with clubs. Dr. C. W. Service, superintendent of a hospital at Shenghu, China, says the Spanish 'influenza started in China. WeU, it is nothing for China to boast, about. _ Prince ^Albert aia'trict seems to'^'bfe staging;-a'lltUe ^^pt its owa J^t now. 'Soma of th,tf unused mualtio'S^ from the east |nlgbt be brought up there and. used to good purpose. It seems to be a case of one gov-emmoit after 'another in Russia. "When they get a stable government, Rpasia may straighten up ai.-d come to its senses. The fighting isn't over for some of Sffi;t:�"~^Tis"aio'' Sr^a^.o-^ethbridge boys. They are bA.g-^S!ii W*?"^"^ , ,._,v^ n�iinst the Bolsheviki in May they succeed in n^ntly of C. M. Hamilton, I ing 'away against 1 ^^bonuTto the advisory bt^rd of tiii-f/Ouwdtan . Northern --directors:, whtfia fonctkm M to cpanita with ^''dwnl^'giiv^nmant in thaman-" Bt of thatraUway ayrtam, now ByStoa lyadpla of Panada: Sis'; him one' of'> the jidminandlng wrtd'a/uitory. V A^cnrdiBgv^t9 a Ijondon staff cor-TC^pdeBt of^Tfae Montreal Oasette, jOflBtt^ ^osf recently a splendid op-, pirtulty t^^ capture thy agricultural ||pp|���t traO^ of thelDalkana. So ; �^r^|d the, aeliem^ Bone that tlia tlritf^9r-fi' agricultural � inaoUriery h'ad^^an'.cQmplle^-and'was ready to be pijMeili Canada,..but! it .was tie-iiOftf^ ^^%tabi-the s'eirvic'es, ,of fifty ' nie$ja4af|t' for.'servlte, acbhstomed to ''hB|.fP|9rfition of these implemajntai iWbUUary authorities refused the '^&A now this trada with all illrluties has gone to the Unit- li^nngUng, and badi^hgling. f'l^t export trade in one ibie, Canada is Ips't. h�a \alT9ady^ been/..jap-late. It ; is true, - 1403^ has done so we|l.a)i-.h l^iiiiltlpnB' Boiird '.a^ fb'ringlngj'business to f?-flie; war, IB^ goipg jto t^|^ip^^ialiir':capa(^ ^w^a^^t>^ixy-r�U re-""'^blBiblejofi^^^ " It;upiidur-. mm Russia, now. brlnalng^orderlpnt of chaos. 01d!; Is "going to stand for re-electi^B^or a fiftB' term;.>We ad> vise him iu'troduce commission form of government. It would save him many election campaigns, it he ware elected for a flvo year term all at once. . *" - Coal miners to the number/^of nearly 10,000'liave'beenraleased from"U. S. training camps, and they all have jobs to go to. It will not be so.qa^y when all the boya are discharged; which is all the mora reason that every country should have a recouBtruc-tloB aeheme for .asBimilating them. The iron crosBBB which the former German emperor so lavishly bestowed during the war are now being sold in Germany foK.one cent apiece, a telegram from Amsterdam -says. Scrap iron usually draws a blgge* price than that- Mayor Hardle ought to send over a couple of cehts and get a few for the Lethbridge museum. Medicine Hat has been chosen as one of the .^mobilization centres for Alberta. liethbrtdge was conslderc0 catiew^iU' 'auarantine with! a� ayeraga-pf three in a house, m�j[iOF 1600, 04BfB:in the,city up to date. Chalnaant jEUtcIile said h~e believed' tho.,leavJnt Mf of the masks duriBg the paMv|8w..;di^'had been reippn-" sibloi for>muclt;'Ol the increase shown by tHe;-figui;(gp;j,:'.:/ Dr. Thomsot^^ said that one reason for keeping llie ban on was ttilat:/�t: the provincial - laboratories pneumoc-Qcci. and streptococci are being found in the sputtimij^g^,convalescents long after they aWl^l-tieil as well. This shows" thatrWWgif-ir g|t**'6 danger Of Infection froraTthosa who have.recovered from the discMe and large gath> eringtimust bo avoided.. -/ . em, Markgraft, Prinz Regaitt liUltpol4 and the Grosser Kurfeurst, ' ; ,. About three miles asternrof the battleships came seven light cniisera, the Karlsruhe, bearing the, ensign of Commodore Hdrder; the FMnkfort ISmbden, Brummer, Coin and Bremen. ' Then came anothfer gap "ot, threft miles and German destroyers came steaming in five columns abreast,! willr ten destroyers to a^colum^. � Six miles separated tlie allied columns ond squarely between them tlte Cardiif brought her charges, Qll.steam ing at the stipulated speed ot Idknots. As ordered, their guns were-in regular fore and aft positions and, as far as a powerful glass CDUld-'determine, there was no sign to, provdke'^.''suspicion. Until all the-major.-ships-had: been swallowert up in the enveloping allied columns, the latter never for a moment relaxed their alert j;ivatch;ii6ingJ^ndy�8vt&e ma* service to Mt.Viewil George.VttfePrinCeWy^ales^'Admiral- 0^ Spring. He w4b' also-active in the young peopie'B work; fiherevaiid :started oft; 6jn^; first gym-/ nasfum when the Toiing Men's Mii-; Mr. H. 0. %^J8 the Third Vic-� Mm In tiie-^f own-J. T." B|^o#ii yery HI ' .;i !4|H#he has been inteir-' >^8ted''itf'a resort .enterprise at the Waterton Ukes^ncceeding his father, the late W. O. Ijae, who was the first in this locality to exploit our now fftnous Watarton LaKes Park br starting Lee's Tented Village. The father died In'^Ianuary, 1911, and was one of'Cardstdh's most energetic and progressive citizens. r Mr. H. C. Lee -was the first to start an auto tire hospital business with a vulcanialng plant right up-to-date,-and for a year past he has been engagatl in this businesB. He is widely and favorably known.iB the.,Gardston dis- ' 'j^lfOll TBB> BDSy IMTAN - H. M. MoConnell,''Morden, Mittt., bar-riltar, diad froUi- Ififluens^. r : AldvvFraaie Is mehtloned �a a poa-Hibla mayoralty candidate/^^In Calgary. Dt P. Sc K^ele.^one of the best Impwn iftadloal m6u' in' Manitoba, died ;^|'Prtag8:i.W':Prairle,-, [X:;, ,^ A. H. Clarke, K.G., lihs be'^n elected president of tlie Calgary Red Cross :Sooibty:-.,;^V,,;;^.^ V The Rossland Miner has suspended publication as a dally and will now be issued as a.weekly. , , �'� Reg. F. Fairhead, fir�St president of-^ the vGreat War Veterans at W^in-^ wright.: AlberU, died from influenza. Beatty and other membeirs'of'tha visiting party-were received bj; Admirals; Rodmand and Sims nd.otherofflcials of the navy, . - � ,^ ^ iWelcome, Prb'poaat / '� King. George voiced the .'brotherly feelings of the two naviesTwith a suggestion that arrang^nl^nts'might'well be made for joint manauVre's^evevy year by the .American. a;tdLi British fleets.� His proposar waa^'dtflbkly Jaeo^: onded'by. the Amerlcan-offlcefSi?, sj^--' = j"' 'As the' King ehtfe^edc" tha^'Buch a will that they brought an hriswe^g cheer from' the men onthe diqtail^sliips of the American squadron,t.;'^^^ (CONTINUED FROM I'ROWCr "PAGE) , There ;is^ certain class In Canada sympathetid witji the Bolsheviki. Here is a.^ample of ^e kind pf creature they f ilf .thairmnd, Of thing is to be the qjeanslorbeii^ring the world, the Lord halp the-worlrt- b?en killing off her-owir, beet cattle for. civilian use, includinV^^inevitabiy. during thenar period, large'tiu&ibers of the breeding stoak.M'Rebe'iItiy>'however, the killing pifot female Qalves has been stopped. . _ ^ Want Alberta CijttliB^ "The Minister of Agriculture in Paris personally asked^mp/for'Canadian shipments ot lli'e animals;'^i^.^^an-ada was the only' country ~p^&tside .-the tvench embargo. WB-^'shlpped'-them 15)000 head in 1915 from ;ij�b"%tfv but were prevented from, continuing � thW t^ade for lack of shipping s'iiape: The demand for breeding stock is i^eater than ever now and' wa^'hote, to have ships soon. ^. ' Need Much .^oodBtMffs ' "France will require mapy millions of dollars worth of foodstuffs from aibroad for a good maily years. ^'The vtroops wlIV have to he fedjfor, "two or three years before demobilization Is completed. The quartermaster-general In Paris tod me he'was,prep.ftred to buy in Canada as soon as'credit' arrangements could be made. , Canadian meats, are favoredrbut other,sl^ipi-ments have ..Ijeen financed thr,pugh London: As regards pork, France buys this direct Canada has become famous tlirough France by'the'brilliant performance of the Canadian CONTEST d'|SM1,88EpO^ .Washington, Nov. 21.r*TSa'pj!^edings before the senate committee-'oontest-IngJ;he election 6f Truemat� Npwbury. Republican, as->SiBnator.4of'Michigan, were ordered.dlsmissed today by the committee on^a,*: v^te'of-BlX :to-;|lve. m WHITMAN WANT^Rf^OllNT New York.'^Nov. 21.'-yGov; Whitman, defeated for re'Olectton" by Alfred E. Smith, Democrat,- on the face of the returns ^ in the rpcent'election, announced- through attori^oys hera t6r day that he would'a�ply for>aJUdlilat-revlew of (rejected ballots dn-oVjery county of the state. 'Smitbi apparently, was a winner by a plurality of �.O0O. � ' -. --:�;��:--/;-�#�� trict'as. for'a nubfeer of-years;he was ,^---^y-^--. �:-��,'*TfiiB mjikfes^a tofcat^f six deaths Jn ^e t;arditoji'jiistrict%�Hree here, two; ,at^ Gl'enwo&d and .on^fat Mt View. i On the whole thelT'opldemic seems to be on the decline, as new cases are rarely known and quarantine cards are coming down daily. There are still a few serious cases among the^ children, the.; oldest ..daughter of -If a.70ung sonsuof Mr. ChnBi; 'W. Burt.gwho is himself ,now'recovering rapidlyi and th& little daugh'ter .ot Dr. Vi'J^^-Christie. The last - named case is reported as progressing^ favorably. ' Mr; Jos. T. Brown, formerly Bishop of Cardstott First Ward, is reported as in a serious condition from partial paralysis. He went to-^Salt Lake City, for eye trjeatment In the late summer and suffered a paralytic stroke while.enroutejhome. --Slnc^ his return there was Improvement until the last two weekB r\9d since that time he has been rather on the decline. His many friends'will all be anxiously looking tor better news. :^ \ Big .Cattle Shlpj^entB As already noted Kdlght and Watson-have Bhlpped three ^tralnloadS' of beef cattle from Oardstoiti some 68 cars, and they now are'^waitlng the arrival of 60 cars for another '�hli ment . I -).::A traicload is leaving-todayifor the P, Burns Company. h^Ing^;rppor,ted as, cattle purchased soufh^: of Cardston from the Peterson BrjB,'ranch (form,-ej-ly. Salt Bros.), and-froibi'the ito'bt Lowe and Bros, ranch, f -'.'^ ''Word comes to hkndthat'Mr. and Mrs.. Henry Cook, who were both'iU with the influenza at fheir rdni!h,.:ar'i making rapid improveii)ent and ^111 soon be out again. Miss Nan ^Syl^es, our expert primary teacher Mete,'.has returned from nursing. theniau'd''iB now reported as ill witK^e prevaillog disease. " Mr. and Mrs. Thomlii/^Of Woolford, are' both in bed wittf the "flu" apd will be pleased to hear;-.of .their early recovery. Mr. Bldredfcaiiind family ofthg same distrlctT'ai^':'n(?w jabftut again and we trust no ot^e'rBoot'the Woplford district may be'lJhuB/affllct-ed..'.'.-' '� ' ': '�: .. ,za. She -hadiormerly .Iiy:$l, in Orlllia' and Vancouver. � y, v: ' . The people of Stonewall, in discussing a suitable memorial7L j'sald J.^H. 3unn, inspector; Pt I^^lWB' agencies for northern i^4|f^((oba'^ and western etrickata-present total population of 7,; ton .are caring for the BttIf#fer|praU P. R. general ^counsel. > Harold:;A. Beatty]^^ the Sarnia RanetUng Co;, Walsh, died at Medicine Hat.: His brother John, died a-few hoois- following. Both were victims ofvinflueuza. -sistant'clty sqlicitor at Saskatoon was appalnte'3' as^stant .city 8oliolt�r for Regina, to sucpeed H. E;.Grosch,\who is leaving the'city's employ to take up work with the Arm of MadKenzIe Brown and Co., on December 1. ,f Because he refused to carry coal for the kitchen at the base hospKal at Camp Mead, Maryland, Private Russell S.-Powell of Pennsylvania, hasi been aehtenced tiO l^vyears in the disciplinary batrackB>%t Fort Leaven-worih, Kan. ' > ' *r- . - ' . MIsS Fljscia Graham, a teacher in Strathcqna\ high^>.8Chool:^ /^monton, ;;-;f\ ^^^^ ^ Yot^r gdod judgment plus ourjcnowleilge, v^tha^mqde]:at� expense will did piano in your home, f^e diiinn(;^o^^^ jgoodpismo in the femily cirle.adds w afllyantjijgjes to the diily life. iTtc Mlitth'ic:^^ ,Risch Piano-equa^ of any pijtao biijlt Jii^ ^any pountry in the v^rld^^dds tb^jff^ia^^ est charm. . V ., > Our business is to help make homei mor^ -7-our :planos make ttils an easy task. , >i^j^-, A champion.In ,tha ::^an|al|f: pfi A ^i8dh-pi�^a??f ftin^ ' a Waaaf Brb8.rNawi^^rfc�4H*:i~ ano^n Instrumefit worthy i^f/V the money vaakad ;p?K| > wa!|l-. ; make good thle iBlilfift. to>^puifli': yours tor ... I^WW^ MASON & RlScft LIMITED BALMOKAU BLOCK FiFTH ST. LfT^iRlifli, A. C. McKay; formerly manager of the Hudson Bay,-Co', store at Waba-rann, has been -appointed organizer , under tlieMunlcipal Hospitals act'amd fhas just reported from his first trip. The districts of Bassano, Bow'Island and Enchant have all-completed their petitions and the schemes will be proceeded with in the,usual manner \ It is understood C. A. Hayes, who has been genliral-manager of the Intercolonial railway,- .will relinquish thi^ position and become general traffic manager of the, whole goverd-m^nt railway system, whose,officewill be changed .from Monctpn to Toronto, and F. P. Brady, general manager of the ; Transcontinental railway between Winnipeg and Quebec, Is re' lieved of that position and becomes assistant to the general manager of all eastern linaa4 iffiM Atercolonlal railway. '1^0lvde8 the There ^iro Indlo^ttonB, according to Ottawa Pfflclais, th�t Ibprp ^flll be a large movement qfforeifnot* back to Europe. There ;^fiVrb'�pB|'wi5ny inquiries, ^nd as sopn?�>? |ha'tr^5PP0't�-tjon situation ii|�p'rov�l!;* ft bpHeved there win be a; big l|ipT?!PI?nt .Bcross the Atlantic. Appar^sMf ^ tlje Austrl-ans are; chiefly^^lliterj8|te,d .In returning to tiielr natltf-WRd.-; TJ�?y bave been making larfa ifMes. dijrfng the past four years and! iffUflP Pt.'J;bei�> have accumulated' BufHul0n^:t mM'P on \^ Austria. TheyhkmifcW'f'S''?''*'^* �^ munltlonB and iploWll.^' "T}""!* about'2.500 enemJaBf.^i:if!i Ip^rpoient camps, mostly G|)ma;^|l, It 1^ uudSr-stood a large number Of W^W desire to return'to the ft^prlW*^!.. StRESS^OF A nation's necessity has pltingred j of boys and'-girla in their teensrinto 1 business bef6y6;pifftime. Iftlii^J^ strain upon vitality and' ener^^ and need fpr the nourishing an^J^itptiiC virtifi^ ut(they should know how to ..take oare of th^ir owa, M home and foi this puiniiase fid ^Ipfetteirj^biJok was ever' -pHntcd than the Wedicai Adviser-ra book .containing 1,008 pagds, and bound in cloth, W)th ohaptere :oij.i First Aid, Bandaging _Bnd care of Fractures, TakiuR care of the i/Siqk, Physiology, Hygiene^ Mother and Babe, .whijh can .be haS at most drug, ftores,, ,or;;.send-;SO cepta-tb. Dr, Piercu, .C!ourt^^Tight St., Bridgeburg, Dnt, The women, at ^.hpraeji,'who are worn out,-*h5'uld take thit rehable terbperahco. iherbal tonic, Dr. Pierce'siiFavorite Pre-, scription. - ,\. .; --�' ' ?; WoHttoeki Ont.- � "For/^^Vomanlsr ail- ripi.._..... lent. ^ It strbngtlisnoii undliliiU me up eovoral years ago Whon I wi� �uffeflng wHIi a ofaronia troubls and it Alao provod to bo �iplondid � tqnii > diiring oxpeot-a�By.,, I t�ko fro�t pleasure in rcoommeod-v mg Dr,- pierne's Favorite Presoriptlon to all : tuRerots from.wonuiB'* ..... wealnwiBa." '^4fr�:art'i;iltr, 81 ArtliWSt. THEJie 18 " at, and 50 ^f-'^^^'jlj^^^ T (l^-'bOCTO.R'PrERCE'8 " population of 7,26th^0ip�&m-, FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION ^ '' Because rny interests arfe herp. \\ ; ' > Because the community'that 15 |Qf)4 !PR9J>R^ for me to live in is good enough fpr'fne'to.*|)uy in. A. Because I believe in transacting i;�MS$p^s , withmyfriends. - .-.-y ^. .. -^v. Becaus? I vk^ant'to see the goo^? | ing. ' . ^ V, ' ' ' Because I want to get what.;|^b^y 1 pay for it. . ^ ^ , , ^ Becausfe ^ly horn? merchant.->yi)J|�^^ of,me when I run short of cash. Because some ^rt of every dollar I spfsnd at>home.stay at home and helps wif^plf fdpthe ^ welfare,of,the town and the cotiqly. - �� Because the,home merchant4.,buy fr � Because the merchant 1 buy :||r(i^'helps support our poor and needy, our f(ii*^ �churches; tuii: jodg^s and hKmcs^''^.''^''''^:^'^ \ The dollar sent away seldom ri^t|ir|iKt.>y|iJ)e themoney ;:spent ;a[t home is xjii^^^|;|5^ a scrapling at your door. ^ I ( "SfS^lP^^.... ^ ^^^^,,.